American Heart Association News
Missing 4-Year-Old Florida Girl Found Alive
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Hurricane Matthew Health Risks Can Last Long After Storm Passes
As Hurricane Matthew continues to churn just off the coast of Florida, nearly all hospitals throughout the state remain open and ready to help those injured or sick during the storm, according to authorities. While injuries such as lacerations, blunt-force trauma and concussions might be expected
Sugar Industry Paid for Medical Review in 1960s That Downplayed Link Between Sugar and Heart Disease, Report Finds
Potential conflicts from industry-sponsored medical research have been an ongoing concern among public health officials, and a new report looks at how undisclosed funding could have had a major impact on medical findings and decades of research that followed. A report in the Journal of the American
Chelsea Clinton Says She'll Stay With Family's Foundation If Her Mother Is Elected
Chelsea Clinton defended the work of the Clinton Foundation and confirmed that she would continue to guide the organization if Hillary Clinton is elected president.
Chelsea Clinton Responds to Trump's Comments, Her Role in Clinton Foundation
The Democratic nominee's daughter stopped by "The View" to talk about the upcoming election.
Can Staring at Your Phone Lead to a Healthier Lifestyle?
It may seem like a surefire way to become unhealthy, but new research suggests that such behavior can sometimes help people stay healthy.
When Staring at Your Phone Could Lead to a Healthier Lifestyle
Staring at a screen all day may seem like a surefire way to become unhealthy, but new research suggests that such behavior can sometimes help people stay healthy. In a report published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association , researchers looked at more than 200 studies that used
American Heart Association Issues New Recommendations for Kids and Sugar
Children and teens from the ages of 2 to 18 should consume no more than 25 grams of sugar a day, according to new guidelines issued by the American Heart Association (AHA). The AHA is also recommending that children younger than 2 should consume no foods or drinks with added sugars. “Strong
New Recommendations for Kids and Eating Sugar
Dr. Jennifer Ashton weighs in on the American Heart Association's first statement about how much added sugar children may consume.